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at the scene of a deadly crash it happened near charleston and decatur just before midnight. officers say the driver of a white sedan lost control while travleing westbound on charleston hitting a pole. both the driver and passenger died at the scene roads in that area are closed down. we will keep you updated on this story as we get more information -- for now we'll switch gears -- to get a check of the weather with ophelia young who's standing by with the forecast winds will remain strong in the colorado river area until this afternoon. in the valley, they have already relaxed, but the cold front now leaves us with a cool next few days. sunday's high is 45, monday 47. monday night we are watching another small storm system that will bring some breezes tuesday afternoon and a slight chance for showers. temperatures continue to climb into the 50's. new year's eve's high is 51, new year's day low is 33 with breezy conditions. a hiker dies after falling at red
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the windy cold weather, making it difficult for rescue crews to do their job, fox five's abby theodros has more on what happened. red rock canyon
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a day-long investigation after police say a hiker fell at least 80 feet and later died. it happened just before noon near oak creek canyon. the hiker - initially surviving the fall. stand up: "police say the hiker sustained the serious injuries after falling near a canyon like this one but died before metro's search and rescue unit could arrive." 10 it's unclear what caused the fall - but police say high wind conditions effected their response time. wind gusts were around 28 miles per hour. long time climber, dwain porter says when the winds kick up - there's no telling what could happen. dwain porter, long-time climber: sometimes the winds could be so gusty like today that you're just walking along the edge of a rock and it almost knocked you over just from a surprise gust so i almost lost my footing a couple of times today in these high winds. 13 wind gusts overnight reached 50 miles per hour in that area. red rock officials encourage all hikers to check the weather before heading out and check their webiste for
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information. an off-duty cop and her husband, mistake a relative for an intruder, and fire several shots. it happened around 11-30 christmas night at a home near ann and simmons. north las vegas police say the couple was sleeping when a relative unexpectedly walked in. the officer and her husband both reached for their guns and shot multiple times striking the person in the leg. the family member was taken to the hospital... and expected to survive. hundreds of firefighters in california are battling a wildfire that's raging out of control its burned though more than 12 hundred acres as of this morning -- and is ony 60 percent contained. alice martinez brings us the latest from ventura closed captioning to resume shortly a series of
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tornardos touching down in northern texas has killed at least 8 people homes there have been destroyed -- with widespread damage reported entire state. an infant is among dead. the american red cross is launching a region-wide storms and has opened three shelters as of this morning mos 1 says: "it was bedrooms for my kids and this is the living room and
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except my room and my son's room . gone." (reporter: but you were not home, no one was home at the mos 1 says: "we're (reporter: you you?) the closet. i run in kids were asleep and because he had to window blew off on top of him and the other one was he works at night his foot and everything is gone over here downstairs." (reporter: what goes through your mind as you walk down the street?) mos 3 says: "it's just sad. it's hard to see all these people's livelihood gone, you know? cars destroyed, flipped over in front of houses. it's just hard to see. so... it's just unbelievable to me." crews are working to asses the damage at this hour.. as residents brace for a new series of storms headed their way today a fight broke out between a group of teenagers at a busy mall in georgia on
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police say at least of the teen starting firing a gun, that sent shoppers running for their lives. tyisha fernandes has the story this was the scene inside the stonecrest mall in lithonia, after shots were fired near the food court. a witness sent us this cell phone video, it shows people rushing toward the exit.. (kerwin smith/store owner) "it was like 8 shots, it was crazy." kerwin smith owns a store inside the mall, he said several people were shopping like they normally do the day after christmas, until they heard gunshots.. "two customers ran into my store and i said hey, go in the back and i locked the door." this couple also owns a store in the mall, they were terrified. (natasha sureni/store owner) "i was at the cash register, and we just heard a lot of bullets, like firing, and people running around." they said people were doing anything to get away from the gunman.. (shiraz sureni/store owner) "a couple of customers came in and jumped over the counter and we got really scared." "this is the last time i'm coming to
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smith said, he won't be able to make a living if his customers don't feel safe... "what are you gona do, you gona have scanners or whatever at the door for people, i mean pat people down, you can't do that, so what do you do." fortunately no injuries were reported in that shooting officers are still searching for suspects. 2 people fatally shot by a chicago cop -- 1 investigators admit, was an accident 19-year-old quintonio legrier and 55-year-old bettie jones were both shot and killed after officers responded to a 911 call from legrier's father. the father, called the police because his son -- who suffers from a mental illness - was threatning him with an aluminum bat. when they arrived at the scene the father called his downstairs neighbor to open the door. that's when police say the woman was killed by accident "upon their arrival they were confronted by a
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in an officer firing shots fatally wounding two individuals." (janet cooksey, mother) "i spoke with the doctor and she told me that he had seven wounds and his heart had stopped beating before and they were trying to revive him but she said it was too many shots." the shooting is still under investigation -- while the woman's family demands answers. the officers involved have been placed on routine administrative leave police in california are looking for a man who they say killed a woman by dousing her with gasoline -- then setting her on fire officers belive 51 year old clarence duwell used a cigarette to ingnite a flame killing the 41 year old woman the two had reportedly gotten into an argument, possibly a domestic dispute authorities in new jersey are searching for a marine they say has been missing for nearly a week. 28-year-old marine
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seen on december 20th. his wife says he took off on foot and he seemed "distraught" multiple volunteer groups and officials from the new jersey base where clinger is stationed are also ivolved in the clinger is a 5-year veteran of the marines the houston fire department says a fire at a mosque.. was intentionally set. it happened friday afternoon crews say things looked suspicious from the moment they got there investigators are now looking through surveillance video to see if cameras captured a potential suspect. = republican presidential candidate donald trump is taking credit for an obama administration plan to step up deportations starting next month. trump says his recent statements on immigratioin prompted the president to make a move. the nationwide raids, we're told, will focus on hundreds of families that have entered the us illegally since last year and have been ordered to leave by an immigration judge. democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders will be back in nevada
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first in reno -- then will head here to las vegas he'll hold a campaign rally on monday night at canyon springs high school starting at 6:30 doors open at 5, the event is free and open to the public did santa drop off some high tech toys for your kids? if so, you'll want to pay attention to this next story the new study showing electronic toys could harm your child's learning and snowplay on mount charleston everything you need to know if
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strong winds and colder temps hitting the valley this weekend if you've been outside at all -- you've felt it! wind gusts between 30 to 40 miles per hour were reported overnight. strong winds are expected to last thru the evening ... so buckle down those christmas decorations fire officials say that wind is to blame for a house fire that broke out early saturday morning las vegas fire and rescue say hot ashes from a backyard fire pit landed on a neighbor's home near lake mead
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spread to the roof. crews arrived within minutes and were able to put the fire out - no one was hurt " if youre using a fireplace or wood burning stove put them in bucket. and soak them in water before you put them in the trash. dont throw them on ground. it will set them on fire and neighbors home on fire. if you put on trash, it will put trash can on fire so you really need to let them soak before you discard them." fire officials also want to remind everyone with new year's eve coming up -- fireworks are not allowed during the holiday season. if you're caught with any you could face high fines and even jail time now fox weather 24/7 with cassandra jones winds will remain strong in the colorado river area until this afternoon. in the valley, they have already relaxed, but the cold front now leaves us with a cool next few days. sunday's high is 45, monday 47. monday night we are watching another small storm system that will bring some breezes tuesday afternoon and a slight chance
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temperatures continue to climb into the 50's. new year's eve's high is 51, new year's day low is 33 with breezy conditions. business is
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charleston. the ski and snowboard resort sold out of kid packages and tubing on saturday -- thanks to all that fresh snow. park officials are expecting lots of traffic all weekend long, and into the new year. they're reminding drivers to pay attenion, have patience... and watch for kids crossing the road. if the park gets full, roads will be shut down. be sure to check the park's "area conditions" page on their website before planning a visit recycling your christmas tree is cheaper than disposing of it and better for the environment that's according to unlv who's hosting a recycling drive there are more than 30 drop-off locations throughout the valley... like parks and even
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lowe's stores. most of the locations are open 24-seven. the program started 14 years ago. since then -- more than 175-thousand trees have been turned into mulch for landscaping and dust control "last year we recycled 15,812 trees, our biggest year was about 18,000 trees, and since we started counting trees in 2001 we've recycled over 176,000 trees." be sure to take off all of the ornaments and tinsel from your tree before dropping it off the drive runs through january 15-th. less than 24 hours after the gifts were open.. shoppers were making their way back to the stores for returns and gift card purchases... "i got a gamestop gift card, i'm hoping to see one here so i can use it to get new star wars infinity characters." "i kind of figured. everyone is returning everything and
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sales." shoppers at the las vegas south premium outlets spent a majority of the day waiting in line. yet retailers say good deals are still out there. some stores were offering 50 percent off sales or buy one get one free deals. electronic toys may make it harder for children learning to talk. a new study out of northern arizona university shows electronic toys that light up, talk or play music... tend to slow down language development in toddlers. researchers found less parent-child interaction and conversation with those types of gadgets. they say traditional toys like wooden puzzles and rubber blocks are more beneficial for learning powers says: "interactive toy does not equate an interactive parent, so if you just put your kid in the corner with an ipad, then they're not getting that stimuli, they're not getting the facial expressions--someth ing called 'filler conversations'." powers says: "90 percent of the child's interaction, is suggested and should be human interaction. so nothing beats mom and dad." the number one
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development researchers say .. is reading to your infant or child and playing 1 on 1 and, too much screen time, as you could imagine -- may also be an issue for your child, effecting thier vision doctors say time spent on computers and other electronics may raise their risk for nearsightedness. we're told, children who spend more than 2 hours a day using screens -- are 2 to 3 times more likely to have vision problems. if you're worried about how much screen time your child is getting -- consult your doctor attention sprint and verzon customers -- you may be entitled to some cash -- but you need to act quickly. the federal communications commission has set up a settlement for verizon and sprint subscibers who paid for whats called cramed services after july 1st of 2010. customers have until thursday to claim a refund for things like unauthorized third party text messages and other hidden charges,. you'll need to go online to the company's websites and fill
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to get your money failing at flying drone disasters of 2015 and "star wars" smashes the christmas day box office record just how much it brought in
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trending this morning... there's a reason pilots go through a lengthy licensing process before they take to the skies -- flying is hard. just ask any of these amateur pilots who got drones for christmas. the first pilot seems to bounce the drone more than acutally fly it. and then there's this one... the drone continues to go up, up and away... so far away its completely pilot loses sight of it. in the next video humorously titled "less lose one- thousand dollars in one-minute"... the drone takes off above a lake... then promptly takes a devastating dive. and finally it's drone versus tree... when the drone gets stuck on the top of a tree. you can see its pilot down below and it's looks like
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the new star wars movie -- day record raking in more than 43 very close to breaking yet "the force awakens" is projected to pass 1-billion dollars in ticket sales this weekend... making it the fastest ever film level. record holder is which grossed 1- "the force awakens" opened nationwide on december 17th.. just 11 days ago. and a new disney land attraction....just for all you star wars fans! the theme park is set to close several attractions and restaurants next month -- to make room for a 14-acre "star wars" area. guests will be introduced to a new star wars planet... and a battle between the first order and resistance. developers say it'll be the largest single-themed land expansion ever. temporary closures includethe mark twain riverboat... and the disneyland railroad.
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how troops in iraq are working to take back ramadi and the president of turkey being praised how his notorious "gift of gab" saved
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bursts of crazy
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this is krystal, and her dream is to be a roller derby girl. we love krystal! we love krystal! oh my god it's jj watt! oh my god! i'm a big fan!
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the latest on the storms in the south and the lastest system headed their way and some travelers forced to use the body scanners at tsa checkpoints why the agency says opting out wont be an option for many a documentary links peyton manning to illegal performance enhancing drugs how he's responding to the accusations good morning. fox five news this morning -- thanks so much sunday with us hope you've had a wonderful we've got lots of news to fill you in on this morning but first we want to check in with
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winds will remain strong in the colorado river area until this afternoon. in the valley, they have already relaxed, but the cold front now leaves us with a cool next few days. sunday's high is 45, monday 47. monday night we are watching another small storm system that will bring some breezes tuesday afternoon and a slight chance for showers. temperatures continue to climb into the 50's. new year's eve's high is 51, new year's day low is 33 with breezy conditions.
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say was shot and killed by his wife on christmas eve, has been identified. the coroner's office says 45- year-old david cordova of north las vegas died from a gunshot wound to the chest. police say he and his wife had gotten into an arugment inside their room at the plaza hotel when she shot him she, the wife, 34 year old maria escalante was arrested thursday evening and is being held without bail pending an intial court appearance for charges including murder as well as child abuse and endangerment. winter storms continue to blast parts of the country this morning.. while experiencing unsual high temperatures. fox news correspondent bryan llenas is tracking the very latest. this snowy blast...the scene in el paso, texas...where a winter storm warning was issued saturday... and the snow- related concerns don't stop in el paso... starting saturday evening... from amarillo to
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the national weather service warning people in the texas and oklahoma panhandles... to prepare for - quote "historic blizzard" conditions... with six to fifteen inches of snow. the blizzard warning - through monday - also includes potential low visibility due to snow...as well as high winds that could drive the wind chill down to ten below. meantime, flooding now the major concern...in the hard-hit southeast....includi ng in north-central alabama...just one day after a tornado touched down in the birmingham area. storm victim (no chyron info available): "everybody said 'a tornado! get down'. and then the lights went out." storm victim (no chyron info available): "we got in the hall, the light fixtures flying everywhere. and i don't know what all was flying. and we went in our room to try to duck some of that." the flood threat so severe in the montgomery area saturday a correctional facility was evacuated as a precaution. all after days of unseasonably warm weather in the southeast... that's stimulated numerous tornadoes and strong storms that have left more than 16 people dead and many families
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all the while up in the northeast...record- breaking mild weather continues....allowin g for scenes like this... from washington, d.c....to philadelphia... boury says: "why not enjoy some more warm weather and the trees are flowering still - its beautiful" (on cam tag) and it is not over yet... the expected high for washington, d.c. on sunday (12/27): seventy-four degrees. in new york, bryan llenas, fox news. the iraqi army says they're close to recapturing ramadi from isis troops have been intensly fighting there for months. u-s led air strikes helped to detonate explosive devices and booby-trapped houses. . taking back the city would be one of the biggest victories for iraqi forces --since isis took over the city in 20-14. 17 people are still trapped this morning after a mine collapsed in china . they've been underground for 2 days now. officials confirming at least 1 person has died, 4 others have been resuced. the owner of that
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committed suicide. and though a is motive is unclear, chinese authorities suspect he was worried about possible punishment roughly 100 people, killed in an explosion at a gas plant in nigeria. it happened on christmas eve... when a truck was discharging butane gas at the facility. the fire then spread to several homes in the area. the president of turkey and his team are being credited for helping save a suicidal man's life. members of his security pulled a man from the ledge of a bridge on saturday. the man told the president he was depressed over family issues ... the president promised to help him. its been 11 years since the deadly tusnami in thailand authorities there held ceremonies in memory of the victims and heroes their goal, they say, was to also raise awareness about the need for disaster prevention and relief measures. security at aiports being tightened following the attacks in paris
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bernardino. t-s-a issuing a directive requiring travelers who have been selected for enhaced screening to go though body scanning machines. the agency said the change would only affect a small amount of fliers. prior to the announcement passengers had the option of choosing a pat down instead. it's unclear at this time, how many passengers will be chosen. its a big week for college football... while the world ushers in a new year.. fox news correspondent molly line has these stories and more in the week ahead. thursday- before you ring in the new year... enjoy a football- filled day...the college football playoffs begin! two games between the nation's top four teams decide who will meet in this year's national championship game. catch top-ranked clemson university and the number four oklahoma sooners square off in the orange bowl... followed by number three michigan state against number two, alabama in the cotton bowl. after the games... it's time to say goodbye to 2015 and hello to 2016... fox news channel
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new year with a special guest...donald trump. the republican front-runner will be joining the channel's "all- american new year" broadcast. eric bolling and kimberly guilfoyle will welcome "the donald" and other guests live from times square. friday- wash away 2015 with polar bear swim day... around the world ... those daring enough will take an ice-cold dip into a nearby body of water. thousands are expected at coney island where the polar bear swim has been a new years tradition dating back to 19-03. also friday... a rosy way to start the new year ... the 127-th tournament of roses parade gets underway in pasadena, california. this new years tradition features elaborate floats and musical performances ... while filmmaker ken burns will serve as the parade's grand marshal. and on saturday... you may want to hold off on that weight loss resolution...it's national buffet day! celebrate by stuffing your face with seconds and thirds at your favorite buffet! and that's a look at the week ahead
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the runnin rebels are resting up-- before the conference season opener against fresno state this week. the team coming off a dominating performance against south dakota on tuesday. the runnin' rebels runnin' over the coyotes 103-to-68. coach rice saying this season -- he just wants an opportunity to compete for a regular season conference title. coach:we all know how hard it is to win games at home, much less on the road. i think one thing that our returning guys can do is let out new guys know is how difficult the conference is. we just need to be prepared for every single game. you know, it's 18 hard games. the road is always tough, but we're excited, and to end our non- conference slate on a "win," you know we played a lot of great competition throughout our non-conference schedule, and i think it really prepared us for this conference season. the rebels will take on fresno state this wednesday at the thomas and mack.
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the associated athletes of the year. ladies first -- for the 4th time, honored as female athlete of the year. williams beat out carli lloyd -- who helped the u.s. women's soccer team win the world cup title -- and u-f-c star ronda rousey -- who finished third -- just one spot ahead of holly holm on the men's side -- stephen curry -- who led the golden state warriors to their first n-b-a title in 40 years --- he finished first in the vote by u.s. editors and news directors. curry beat out golfer jordan spieth -- who won 2 majors and american pharoah -- who became the first horse since 1978 to win the triple crown. quarterback peyton manning denying claims that he recieved human growth hormones back in 20-11. al jazeera america released information accusing manning and other athletes of recieving h-g- h...which was banned by the n-f-l in july 0f 20-11. their source is a former
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indianapolis anti- aging clinic... who says the drugs were prescribed and sent to manning's wife in 20-11... when he was recovering from mulitple neck surgeries. manning issued a statement saying "whoever said this is making stuff up." a new p-s-a featuring n-b-a stars like steph curry and carmelo anthony takes a stand against gun violence -- take a look "i heard about a shooting involving a 3-year old girl over the summer. my daughter riley is that age. there was a point when i felt that i was going to die. my parents just always said... someone put a bullet in the back of my son's head. the gun should never be an option." backed by spike lee and former new york city mayor michael bloomberg... the 30-second spot alternates between players and families members who lost loved ones to gun violence both urging society to put an end to the epidemic of needless shootings. a special request for a special boy. how his love for
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brought a whole community together. and a beloved woman known for welcoming home the troops -- has died. woman dedicated how soldiers are biddinger her farewell plus the special acknowledgement
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with conditions feeling a lot like spring temperatures have been reaching the sixties and seventies on the east coast. surfers were drawn to new york city's "rockaway beach" to catch some waves on saturday "probably a little more crowded than i expected it to be but everybody's off work so that's why i figured the crowds would pile up eventually." the national weather service says a band of cold air surrounding the artic is causing weather patterns, that combined with el nino now fox weather young winds will remain strong in the until this afternoon. in the valley, they have already relaxed, but the cold front now leaves us with a cool next few days. sunday's high is 45, monday 47. monday night we are
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small storm system that will bring some breezes tuesday afternoon and a slight chance for showers. temperatures continue to climb into the 50's. new year's eve's high is 51, new year's day low is 33 with breezy conditions.
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help of some city workers made a 4-year-old's christmas wish come true. kevin oliver reports on how his unusual request brought the whole neighborhood together. it's a chore even on christmas which in cities like folsom is still garbage pick- up day. but while other kids were unwrapping gifts. there in the distance is little four year old jobiah wells putting away the garbage cans. his parents say it's an obsession that began two years ago. (rachael wells, jobiah's mom) "it started at waving at the trucks each week and then they started waving back." now he not only pulls up his family's trash cans. he takes in his neighbors. (jobiah wells, 4- year-old) "i pull up their cans to make
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but 17 neighbors. (jobiah wells, 4- year-old) "some people are outside so they say thank you and i sometimes say you're welcome." the truck drivers say they see it week after week. (cliff kallis, truck driver) "he loves it so much, and i'm just amazed at how he goes up and down this neighborhood and puts everybody's back and it just has to be perfect too." (rachael wells, jobiah's mom) "so you want me to write your christmas list? (jobiah wells, 4- year-old) "two blues." so when it came time to make a list for santa. (jobiah wells, 4- year-old) "one gray" "one new green" you guessed it jobiah asked for shiny new garbage cans. (rachael wells, jobiah's mom) "is there anything else you want for christmas? just trash cans. (jobiah wells, 4- year-old) just the trash cans. yes." (honk honk) it became clear jobiah was on santa's nice list. when after all the garbage was picked up (rachael wells,
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might be." the folsom garbage trucks came back through to drop something off just for jobiah. (carter wells, jobiah's dad) "are they the right ones? look it's clean! the lids work!" at first he was a little speechless (nats) but then went right to work (nats) wheeling down the old cans to trade them in for the new ones. the drivers on his route cliff and aaron (aaron wilson, truck driver) "thanks buddy. do i get a hug today? thanks buddy!" are like rock stars to the pre- schooler. (aaron wilson, truck driver) "he loves me. he loves garbage. he loves all things garbage. he loves the drivers. he can't get enough of the drivers." (cliff kallis, truck driver) "it warms my heart, it really does. it's just amazing." santa did drop off a remote control garbage truck and other toys but this four year old had his heart set on four brand new garbage cans. (jobiah wells, 4- year-old) "i love them, so i'm going to keep them, since i love them. (carter wells,
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the city of folsom shared the story on its facebook story -- so far, its gotten more than 5 thousand views opportunity's village "magical forest" is still open until january sixth. you can enjoy all the christmas lights... merry go-round... and boris the elf's 3-d experience. it's all happening at the oakey campus. the holiday light display at the ethel m cactus garden stays open until new's year day. you can check it out from five to ten p-m. local choirs also perform from six to eight. the holiday spirit is alive at the motor speedway. you can still take a drive through "glittering lights" display. the valley's largest light display is decked out with more than three million lights. it opens at 5-30 tomorrow night through ten p-m. "glittering lights" runs through january third. the texas woman known as the hug lady -- has passed away. elizabeth laird
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base for welcoming home the troops she's given out more than half-a- million hugs to soldiers her family, announcing this morning, after a lenghthy battle with breast cancer -- laird has passed away she denied chemotherapy treatement in november... many soldiers paid a visit to her at the hospital before she died mos says: "she meant a lot to a lot of us and she had a wonderful impact on everyone that she meant." mos says: "she was always there when you were back too." a go-fund-me account raised hundred-thousand dollars for laird's medical lady" was 83- years-old. you have done at fort hood it's not too late take five to care drive. non-perishable food items at any valley albertsons or vons. you can also donate at the all of the proceeds benefit three square. curiosity didnt
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the hilarious antics of this little guy, taking
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hey, is that it? i think that's it. this is krystal, and her dream is to be a roller derby girl. we love krystal! we love krystal! oh my god it's jj watt! oh my god!
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all cats have one thing in common... they love to be scratched. at least we think is happening here. it's hard to tell by this cat's face... but it looks like she's enjoying it. her elevating chin seems to say "oh yeah, that's the spot." even though her crazy cat eyes kinda make you wonder what she's really thinking. there's much more ahead on fox5 news this morning. coming up... christmas is over its time to dump those trees where to safely dispose of your holiday decorations presidential hopeful bernie sanders making a stop in nevada. where he'll be hosting his next campaign rally all that plus breaking news, weather and traffic in just two minutes on fox
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wildfire rages on how crews are trying to stop its spread along one of the state's busiest freeways plus, a devastating accident sends a woman to the hospital how an off duty cop shot her relative on christmas night good morning - thanks for stickin with us as we head into the 7 oclock hour i'm shannon moore news this morning we want to get breaking news from overnight investigators are at the scene of a charleston and decatur. before midnight. officers say the driver of a white control while travleing westbound on hitting a pole. and passenger died at the scene roads in that area are closed down. course, keep you updated on this story as we get -- in the meantime we'll check in with ophelia whos got a check of the chilly forecast winds will remain strong in the colorado river area until this
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already relaxed, but the cold front now leaves us with a cool next few days. sunday's high is 45, monday 47. monday night we are watching another small storm system that will bring some breezes tuesday afternoon and a slight chance for showers. temperatures continue to climb into the 50's. new year's eve's high is 51, new year's day low is 33 with breezy conditions. a hiker dies after
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rock -- the windy cold weather, making it difficult for rescue crews to do their job, fox five's abby theodros has more on what happened. red rock canyon became the scene of a day-long investigation after police#say a hiker fell at least 80 feet and later died. it happened just before noon near oak creek canyon. the hiker - initially surviving the fall. stand up: "police say the hiker sustained the serious injuries after falling near a canyon like this one but died before metro's search and rescue unit could arrive." 10 it's unclear what caused the fall - but police say high wind conditions effected their response time. wind gusts were around 28 miles per hour. long time climber, dwain porter says when the winds kick up - there's no telling what could happen. dwain porter, long-time climber: sometimes the winds could be so gusty like today that you're just walking along the edge of a rock and it almost
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just from a surprise gust so i almost lost my footing a couple of times today in these high winds. 13 wind gusts overnight reached 50 miles per hour in that area. red rock officials encourage all hikers to check the weather before heading out and check their webiste for printable safety information. an off-duty cop and her husband, mistake a relative for an intruder, and fire several shots. it happened around 11-30 christmas night at a home near ann and simmons. north las vegas police say the couple was sleeping when a relative unexpectedly walked in. the officer and her husband both reached for their guns and shot multiple times striking the person in the leg. the family member was taken to the hospital... and expected to survive. hundreds of firefighters in california are battling a wildfire that's raging out of control its burned though more than 12 hundred acres as of this morning -- and is ony 60 percent
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alice martinez brings us the latest from ventura closed captioning to resume shortly
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storms and tornardos touching down in northern texas has killed at least
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homes there have been destroyed -- with widespread damage reported throughout the entire state. an infant is among the confirmed dead. the american red cross is launching a region-wide response to the storms and has opened three shelters as of this morning mos 1 says: "it was bedrooms for my kids and this is the living room and everything is gone except my room and my son's room . everything else is gone." (reporter: but you were not home, no one was home at the time?) mos 1 says: "we're home." (reporter: you were? where were you?) mos 1 says: "i go in the closet. i run in the closet and my kids were asleep and because he had to go to work and the window blew off on top of him and the other one was asleep too because he works at night and he got hurt on his foot and everything is gone over here downstairs." (reporter: what goes through your mind as you walk down the street?) mos 3 says: "it's just sad. it's hard to see all these people's livelihood gone,
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destroyed, flipped over in front of houses. it's just hard to see. so... it's just unbelievable to me." crews are working to asses the damage at this hour.. as residents brace for a new series of storms headed their way today a fight broke out between a group of teenagers at a busy mall in georgia on saturday. police say at least of the teen starting firing a gun, that sent shoppers running for their lives. tyisha fernandes has the story this was the scene inside the stonecrest mall in lithonia, after shots were fired near the food court. a witness sent us this cell phone video, it shows people rushing toward the exit.. (kerwin smith/store owner) "it was like 8 shots, it was crazy." kerwin smith owns a store inside the mall, he said several people were shopping like they normally do the day after christmas, until they heard gunshots.. "two customers ran into my store and i said hey, go in the
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this couple also owns a store in the mall, they were terrified. (natasha sureni/store owner) "i was at the cash register, and we just heard a lot of bullets, like firing, and people running around." they said people were doing anything to get away from the gunman.. (shiraz sureni/store owner) "a couple of customers came in and jumped over the counter and we got really scared." "this is the last time i'm coming to this mall, it's not safe." smith said, he won't be able to make a living if his customers don't feel safe... "what are you gona do, you gona have scanners or whatever at the door for people, i mean pat people down, you can't do that, so what do you do." fortunately no injuries were reported in that shooting officers are still searching for suspects. 2 people fatally shot by a chicago cop -- 1 investigators admit, was an accident 19-year-old quintonio legrier and 55-year-old bettie jones were both shot and killed after officers responded to a 911 call from legrier's father.
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his son -- who suffers from a mental illness - was threatning him with an aluminum bat. when they arrived at the scene the father called his downstairs neighbor to open the door. that's when police say the woman was killed by accident "upon their arrival they were confronted by a combative individual resulting in an officer firing shots fatally wounding two individuals." (janet cooksey, mother) "i spoke with the doctor and she told me that he had seven wounds and his heart had stopped beating before and they were trying to revive him but she said it was too many shots." the shooting is still under investigation -- while the woman's family demands answers. the officers involved have been placed on routine administrative leave police in california are looking for a man who they say killed a woman by dousing her with gasoline -- then
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year old clarence duwell used a cigarette to ingnite a flame killing the 41 year old woman the two had reportedly gotten into an argument, possibly a domestic dispute authorities in new jersey are searching for a marine they say has been missing for nearly a week. 28-year-old marine sargeant tristan clinger was last seen on december 20th. his wife says he took off on foot and he seemed "distraught" multiple volunteer groups and officials from base where clinger is stationed are also clinger is a 5-year veteran of the marines department says a was intentionally set. afternoon crews say things looked suspicious from the moment they got there investigators are now looking through to see if cameras captured a = presidential trump is taking credit for an obama
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deportations starting next month. trump says his recent statements on immigratioin prompted the president to make a move. the nationwide raids, we're told, will focus on hundreds of families that have entered the us illegally since last year and have been ordered to leave by an immigration judge. democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders will be back in nevada today. he's making a stop first in reno -- then will head here to las vegas he'll hold a campaign rally on monday night at canyon springs high school starting at 6:30 doors open at 5, the event is free and open to the public did santa drop off some high tech toys for your kids? if so, you'll want to pay attention to this next story the new study showing electronic toys could harm your child's learning and snowplay on mount charleston everything you need to know if
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strong winds and colder temps hitting the valley this weekend if you've been
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wind gusts between 30 to 40 were reported overnight. strong winds are thru the evening ... so buckle down those christmas decorations fire officials say blame for a house fire that broke out early saturday morning las vegas fire and ashes from a backyard fire pit neighbor's home near lake mead and jones. the flames then spread to the crews arrived within minutes and were able to put the fire out - no one was hurt " if youre using a fireplace or wood burning stove put them in bucket. and soak them in water before you put them in the trash. dont throw them on ground. it will set them on fire and neighbors home on fire. if you put on trash, it will put trash can on fire so you really need to let them soak before you discard them." fire officials also want to remind everyone with new year's eve coming up -- fireworks are not allowed
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season. if you're caught with any you could face high fines and even jail time now fox weather 24/7 with cassandra jones winds will remain strong in the colorado river area until this afternoon. in the valley, they have already relaxed, but the cold front now leaves us with a cool next few days. sunday's high is 45, monday 47. monday night we are watching another small storm system that will bring some breezes tuesday afternoon and a slight chance for showers. temperatures continue to climb into the 50's. new year's eve's high is 51, new year's day low is 33 with breezy conditions. speaking of cold weather --- business is booming at mt
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speaking of cold weather --- business is booming at mt charleston. the ski and snowboard resort sold out of kid packages and tubing on saturday -- thanks to all that fresh snow. park officials are expecting lots of traffic all weekend long, and into the new year. they're reminding drivers to pay attenion, have patience... and watch for kids crossing the road. if the park gets full, roads will be shut down. be sure to check the park's "area conditions" page on their website before planning a visit recycling your christmas tree is cheaper than disposing of it and better for the environment that's according to unlv who's hosting a recycling drive there are more
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throughout the valley... like parks and even neighborhood lowe's stores. most of the locations are open 24-seven. the program started 14 years ago. since then -- more than 175-thousand trees have been turned into mulch for landscaping and dust control "last year we recycled 15,812 trees, our biggest year was about 18,000 trees, and since we started counting trees in 2001 we've recycled over 176,000 trees." be sure to take off all of the ornaments and tinsel from your tree before dropping it off the drive runs through january 15-th. less than 24 hours after the gifts were open.. shoppers were making their way back to the stores for returns and gift card purchases... "i got a gamestop gift card, i'm hoping to see one here so i can use it to get new star wars infinity characters." "i kind of figured. everyone is returning everything and
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sales." shoppers at the las vegas south premium outlets spent a majority of the day waiting in line. yet retailers say good deals are still out there. some stores were offering 50 percent off sales or buy one get one free deals. electronic toys may make it harder for children learning to talk. a new study out of northern arizona university shows electronic toys that light up, talk or play music... tend to slow down language development in toddlers. researchers found less parent-child interaction and conversation with those types of gadgets. they say traditional toys like wooden puzzles and rubber blocks are more beneficial for learning powers says: "interactive toy does not equate an interactive parent, so if you just put your kid in the corner with an ipad, then they're not getting that stimuli, they're not
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expressions--someth ing called 'filler conversations'." powers says: "90 percent of the child's interaction, is suggested and should be human interaction. so nothing beats mom and da" the number one way to promote language development researchers say .. is reading to your infant or child and playing 1 on 1 and, too much screen time, as you could imagine -- may also be an issue for your child, effecting thier vision doctors say time spent on computers and other electronics may raise their risk for nearsightedness. we're told, children who spend more than 2 hours a day using screens -- are 2 to 3 times more likely to have vision problems. if you're worried about how much screen time your child is getting -- consult your doctor attention sprint and verzon customers -- you may be entitled to some cash -- but you need to act quickly. the federal communications commission has set up a settlement for verizon and sprint subscibers who paid for whats called cramed services after july 1st of 2010.
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claim a refund for things like unauthorized third party text messages and other hidden charges,. you'll need to go online to the company's websites and fill out a claim forms to get your money failing at flying the most epic drone disasters of 2015 and "star wars" smashes the christmas day box office record just how much it
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broke a christmas day record raking in more than 43 million --- and is very close to breaking yet another "the force awakens" is projected to pass 1-billion dollars in ticket sales this weekend... making it the fastest ever film to reach that level. the current record holder is "jurassic world"... which grossed 1- billion in 13 days. "the force awakens" opened nationwide on december 17th.. just 11 days ago. and a new disney land attraction....just for all you star wars fans! the theme park is set to close several attractions and restaurants next month -- to make room for a 14-acre "star wars" area. guests will be introduced to a new star wars planet... and a
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the first order and resistance. developers say it'll be the largest single-themed land expansion ever. temporary closures includethe mark twain riverboat... and the disneyland railroad. there's a reason pilots go through a lengthy licensing process before they take to the skies -- flying is hard. just ask any of these amateur pilots who got drones for christmas. drone disasters happen all too often. these are some from 20-15.where hundreds, sometimes thousands of dollars go up up and away-- the woman known as the hug lady in texas--has passed away. elizabeth laird was famous at the fort hood military base... famous for giving more than half-a- million hugs to soldiers leaving for deployment and coming home... she died after her
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refusing to undergo chemotherapy in november... many soldiers would visit her at the hospital. she even got a letter from former president george w bush... mos says: "she meant a lot to a lot of us and she had a wonderful impact on everyone that she meant." mos says: "she was always there when you were back too." a go-fund-me account raised nearly one- hundred-thousand dollars for laird's medical expenses... "hug lady" was 83-years-old. fierce battles with isis how troops in iraq are working to take back ramadi and the president of turkey being praised how his notorious "gift of gab" saved
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bursts of crazy weather across the country. the latest on the storms in the south and the lastest system headed their way travelers forced to use the body scanners at tsa checkpoints why the agency says opting out wont be an option for many a documentary links peyton manning to illegal performance enhancing drugs how he's accusations
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fox five news this morning -- thanks so much for spedning your sunday with us i'm shannon moore. hope you've had a wonderful holiday weekend we've got lots of news to fill you in on this morning but first we want to check in with ophelia for a look at the forecast
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strong in the colorado river area until this afternoon. in the valley, they have already relaxed, but the cold front now leaves us with a cool next few days. sunday's high is 45, monday 47. monday night we are watching another small storm system that will bring some breezes tuesday afternoon and a slight chance for showers. temperatures continue to climb into the 50's. new year's eve's high is 51, new year's day low is 33 with breezy conditions. the man, police say was shot and killed by his wife on christmas eve, has been identified. the coroner's office says 45-
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cordova of north las vegas died from a gunshot wound to the chest. police say he and his wife had gotten into an arugment inside their room at the plaza hotel when she shot him she, the wife, 34 year old maria escalante was arrested thursday evening and is being held without bail pending an intial court appearance for charges including murder as well as child abuse and endangerment. winter storms continue to blast parts of the country this others are experiencing unsual high temperatures. fox news correspondent bryan llenas is tracking the very latest. this snowy blast...the scene in el paso, texas...where a winter storm warning was issued saturday... and the snow- related concerns don't stop in el paso... starting saturday evening... from amarillo to lubbock... the national weather service warning people in the texas and oklahoma panhandles... to prepare for - quote "historic blizzard" conditions... with six to fifteen inches of snow.
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warning - through monday - also includes potential low visibility due to snow...as well as high winds that could drive the wind chill down to ten below. meantime, flooding now the major concern...in the hard-hit southeast....includi ng in north-central alabama...just one day after a tornado touched down in the birmingham area. storm victim (no available): "everybody said 'a tornado! get down'. went out." chyron info in the hall, the flying everywhere. what all was flying. and we went in our room to try to duck some of that." the flood threat so severe in the montgomery area saturday a correctional facility was evacuated as a precaution. all after days of unseasonably warm weather in the southeast... that's stimulated numerous tornadoes and strong storms that have left more than 16 people dead and many families homeless. all the while up in the northeast...record- breaking mild weather continues....allowin g for scenes like this... from washington, d.c....to philadelphia... boury says: "why not enjoy some more warm weather
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flowering still - its beautiful" (on cam tag) and it is not over yet... the expected high for washington, d.c. on sunday (12/27): seventy-four degrees. in new york, bryan llenas, fox news. the iraqi army says they're close to recapturing ramadi from isis troops have been intensly fighting there for months. u-s led air strikes helped to detonate explosive devices and booby-trapped houses. . taking back the city would be one of the biggest victories for iraqi forces --since isis took over the city in 20-14. 17 people are still trapped this morning after a mine collapsed in china . they've been underground for 2 days now. officials confirming at least 1 person has died, 4 others have been resuced. the owner of that mine, reportedly committed suicide. and though a is motive is unclear, chinese authorities suspect he was worried about possible
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roughly 100 people, killed in an explosion at a gas plant in nigeria. it happened on christmas eve... when a truck was discharging butane gas at the facility. the fire then spread to several homes in the area. the president of turkey and his team are being credited for helping save a suicidal man's life. members of his security pulled a man from the ledge of a bridge on saturday. the man told the president he was depressed over family issues ... the president promised to help him. its been 11 years since the deadly tusnami in thailand authorities there held ceremonies in memory of the victims and heroes their goal, they say, was to also raise awareness about the need for disaster prevention and relief measures. security at aiports being tightened following the attacks in paris and san bernardino. t-s-a issuing a directive requiring travelers who have been selected for enhaced screening to go
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machines. the agency said the change would only affect a small amount of fliers. prior to the announcement passengers had the option of choosing a pat down instead. it's unclear at this time, how many passengers will be chosen. its a big week for college football... while the world ushers in a new year.. fox news correspondent molly line has these stories and more in the week ahead. thursday- before you ring in the new year... enjoy a football- filled day...the college football playoffs begin! two games between the nation's top four teams decide who will meet in this year's national championship game. catch top-ranked clemson university and the number four oklahoma sooners square off in the orange bowl... followed by number three michigan state against number two, alabama in the cotton bowl. after the games... it's time to say goodbye to 2015 and hello to 2016... fox news channel will be ringing the new year with a special guest...donald trump. the republican front-runner will be joining the channel's "all- american new year" broadcast.
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will welcome "the donald" and other guests live from times square. friday- wash away 2015 with polar bear swim day... around the world ... those daring enough will take an ice-cold dip into a nearby body of water. thousands are expected at coney island where the polar bear swim has been a new years tradition dating back to 19-03. also friday... a rosy way to start the new year ... the 127-th tournament of roses parade gets underway in pasadena, california. this new years tradition features elaborate floats and musical performances ... while filmmaker ken burns will serve as the parade's grand marshal. and on saturday... you may want to hold off on that weight loss resolution...it's national buffet day! celebrate by stuffing your face with seconds and thirds at your favorite buffet! and that's a look at the week ahead molly line, fox news. the runnin rebels are resting up-- before the conference season opener against fresno
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against south dakota on tuesday. the runnin' rebels runnin' over the coach rice saying this season -- he just wants an compete for a regular season conference title. coach:we all know how hard it is to much less on the thing that our returning guys can do is let out new guys know is how difficult the conference is. we just need to be prepared for every single game. you know, it's 18 hard games. the road is we're excited, and to end our non- conference slate on a "win," you know we played a lot of great competition throughout our non-conference schedule, and i think it really prepared us for this conference season. the rebels face fresno this wednesday at the thomas and mack. game starts at 8 p-m. the associated press names their athletes of the year. ladies first -- serena williams, for the 4th time, honored as female athlete of the year. williams beat out carli lloyd -- who helped the u.s.
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team win the world cup title -- and u-f-c star ronda rousey -- who finished third -- just one spot ahead of holly holm on the men's side -- stephen curry -- who led the golden state warriors to their first n-b-a title in 40 years --- he finished first in the vote by u.s. editors and news directors. curry beat out golfer jordan spieth -- who won 2 majors and american pharoah -- who became the first horse since 1978 to win the triple crown. quarterback peyton manning denying claims that he recieved human growth hormones back in 20-11. al jazeera america released information accusing manning and other athletes of recieving h-g- h...which was banned by the n-f-l in july 0f 20-11. their source is a former pharmacist at an indianapolis anti- aging clinic... who says the drugs were prescribed and sent to manning's wife in 20-11... when he was recovering from
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manning issued a statement saying "whoever said this is making stuff up a new p-s-a featuring n-b-a stars like steph curry and carmelo anthony takes a stand against gun violence -- take a look "i heard about a shooting involving a 3-year old girl over the summer. my daughter riley is that age. there was a point when i felt that i was going to die. my parents just always said... someone put a bullet in the back of my son's head. the gun should never be an option." backed by spike lee and former new york city mayor michael bloomberg... the 30-second spot alternates between players and families members who lost loved ones to gun society to put an end to the epidemic of needless shootings. a special request for a special boy. how his love for helping others community
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[siren] this is how you say it's going to be okay to someone who just lost everything. that, "yes, we'll find you somewhere to stay"
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every 8 minutes the red cross responds to a disaster and makes this promise. this holiday, help us keep it. - with conditions feeling a lot like spring temperatures have been reaching the sixties and seventies on the east coast. surfers were drawn to new york city's "rockaway beach" to catch some
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"probably a little more crowded than i expected it to be but everybody's off work so that's why i figured the crowds would pile up eventually." the national weather service says a band of cold air surrounding the artic is causing the shit in weather patterns, that combined with el nino now fox weather 24/7 with ophelia young winds will remain strong in the colorado river area until this afternoon. in the valley, they have already relaxed, but the cold front now leaves us with a cool next few days. sunday's high is 45, monday 47. monday night we are watching another small storm system that will bring some breezes tuesday afternoon and a slight chance for showers. temperatures continue to climb into the 50's. new year's eve's high is 51, new year's day low is 33 with breezy conditions. santa with the help of some city
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help of some city workers made a 4-year-old's christmas wish come true. kevin oliver reports on how his unusual request brought the whole neighborhood together. it's a chore even on christmas which in cities like folsom is still garbage pick- up day. but while other kids were unwrapping gifts. there in the distance is little four year old jobiah wells putting away the
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his parents say it's an obsession that began two years ago. (rachael wells, jobiah's mom) "it started at waving at the trucks each week and then they started waving back." now he not only pulls up his family's trash cans. he takes in his neighbors. (jobiah wells, 4- year-old) "i pull up their cans to make them happy." not just one or two but 17 neighbors. (jobiah wells, 4- year-old) "some people are outside so they say thank you and i sometimes say you're welcome." the truck drivers say they see it week after week. (cliff kallis, truck driver) "he loves it so much, and i'm just amazed at how he goes up and down this neighborhood and puts everybody's back and it just has to be perfect too." (rachael wells, jobiah's mom) "so you want me to write your christmas list? (jobiah wells, 4- year-old) "two blues." so when it came time to make a list for santa. (jobiah wells, 4- year-old) "one gray" "one new green" you guessed it jobiah asked for
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(rachael wells, jobiah's mom) "is there anything else you want for christmas? just trash cans. (jobiah wells, 4- year-old) just the trash cans. yes." (honk honk) it became clear jobiah was on santa's nice list. when after all the garbage was picked up (rachael wells, jobiah's mom) "who do you think it might be." the folsom garbage trucks came back through to drop something off just for jobiah. (carter wells, jobiah's dad) "are they the right ones? look it's clean! the lids work!" at first he was a little speechless (nats) but then went right to work (nats) wheeling down the old cans to trade them in for the new ones. the drivers on his route cliff and aaron (aaron wilson, truck driver) "thanks buddy. do i get a hug today? truck driver) "thanks buddy. do i get a hug today? thanks buddy!" are like rock stars to the pre- schooler. (aaron wilson, truck driver) "he loves me. he loves garbage. he loves all things garbage. he loves the drivers. he can't get enough of the drivers."
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my heart, it really does. it's just amazing." santa did drop off a remote control garbage truck and other toys but this four year old had his heart set on four brand new garbage cans. (jobiah wells, 4- year-old) "i love them, so i'm going to keep them, since i love them. (carter wells, jobiah's dad) "it's a good plan." the city of folsom shared the story on its facebook the city of folsom shared the story on its facebook story -- so far, its gotten more than 5 thousand views opportunity's forest" is still sixth. you can enjoy all the christmas lights... merry go-round... and boris the elf's 3-d experience. it's all happening at the oakey campus. the holiday light display at the ethel m cactus garden stays open until new's year day. you can check it out from five to ten p-m. local choirs also perform from six to eight. the holiday spirit is alive at the motor speedway. you can still take a drive through "glittering lights" display. the valley's largest light display is decked
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than three million lights. it opens at 5-30 tomorrow night through ten p-m. "glittering lights" runs through january third. it's not too late to take part in our take five to care holiday food drive. just drop off non-perishable food items at any valley albertsons or vons. you can also donate at the register. all of the proceeds benefit three square. a dub smash like no other how a whole school came
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students in new jersey creating a festive lip dub to a popular christmas song. "santa clause will make me happy with a toy on christmas day. i just want you for my own more than you will ever know make my wish come true..." 13-hundred notre dame high school students and faculty put together the video... lip-syncing to
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christmas is you." it starts with faculty in the front office... travels through the student filled hallways... and ends in the school gym with many alumni making an appearance. the holiday lip dub was a project for the school's film class. that does it for us for fox5 news this morning weekend edition. thank you so much for joining us. make sure you tune in tonight for fox5 news at 10 and of course stay up with local headlines on fox5vegas.com make it a good sunday everybody.
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i'm doug mechaniccel way in for chris. and it's iowa or bust. if we don't do well in that state, then i don't know how i translate that into a great surge going forward. >> mike huckabee on make or break in iowa and his rep rivals. it's a "fox news sunday" exclusive. holiday travelers may no longer be able to opt out of the controversial body scanners.
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